by Michael Fisher | October 1, 2012 1:44 PM
A few months back, I wrote a piece where I suggested everyone stop whining about nonremovable batteries. Everyone hated it, so I figured I'd write another one just like it. We're not talking about milliamp-hours this time around, though; the topic of the day is gigabytes. Specifically, whether your mobile phone's onboard storage should or shouldn't be removable. The common thinking in more technologically-savvy circles is that devices featuring removable memory are superior. For the uninitiated, this means smartphones or tablets which include an expansion slot that accommodates a memory ...
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